Nara House is a small family run hostel. It occupies 4 floors of a concrete building. On each floor there are 2 rooms of different categories. One room category Standart, without window, balcony and air conditioning (฿450). The other is the Suite, with a balcony and air conditioning (฿650), which I have stayed several times. Sometimes it turned out to book a room at a discount.
There is no restaurant, but in the mornings near the reception, you can enjoy free coffee or tea with cookies or fruits. In front of the reception is a small lobby with tables where you can sit in company. Also there at night, you can roll bikes.
The hostel is clean, everywhere freshly renovated, shiny tiles. We leave the shoes downstairs – upstairs only barefoot. Bathrooms are clean. This room has a kettle and fridge, as well as a private balcony. The rooms are provided according to the principle: the guest has settled in the room and the owners do not go there. That is, the rooms are cleaned only when the guest moves out.
The balcony offers views of Doi Suthep Mountain. Against the backdrop of the mountains, planes take off and land.
The hostel is, of course, not located in the most fashionable area. But the area is quiet and everything you need for a traveler is at hand. Under the window of the tent of street vendors, across the street is a market, there are 3 supermarkets on the same street: Big-C, Tesko and 7/11. The market has everything you need: vegetables, fruits, prepared food, a pharmacy and more. The market closes early in the evening, around eight in the evening. I had breakfast in the market for ฿35. Near the hostel is a restaurant – Baxters Restaurant And Bar, average bill ฿150-200. Around the market there are a lot of different cafes where you can eat inexpensively and tasty.
As for me, such a wonderful place to stay, you can safely stay here.